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  • What’s Your Quality of Light? The lighting industry’s call for a practical lighting energy policy
    What’s Your Quality of Light? The lighting industry’s call for a practical lighting energy policy
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    8 ½ X 11 2011
    6 page brochure, 10 brochures per packet
    List Price: $15.00
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    Product ID: QOL-11
    Price: $15.00
    Member Price: $15.00
    Product Detailed Description
    This brochure (available in packets of 10) discusses the merits and benefits of professional lighting design and quality lighting.  It uses photos and illustrations to demonstrate quality lighting installations and shows the interaction among Human Needs, Architectural issues, and Economics/Energy Efficiency.  The brochure is jointly endorsed by the IALD, ALA, and the IES and is an excellent tool to emphasize the importance of using lighting professionals to ensure quality installations that satisfy the requirements of building codes, building occupants, and operators.


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